Yes. Yes they are.
Officials from the Group Insurance Commission, the state’s health insurance provider, notified Brown on Tuesday that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee asked them “to provide insurance information,” according to a copy of the GIC letter obtained by the Herald.
The GIC, a quasi-independent state agency, administers health insurance for state employees and their families. Brown’s wife, Gail Huff, and two daughters, Ayla and Arianna, were also on his state insurance plan when he was a Wrentham state senator.
The Democrats have a long and sordid history of going after the records of their opponents, and by records I don’t mean how they vote or conduct their public duties. I mean their personal records, as in Michael Steele’s credit card records a few years back.
Whoever is going after Brown’s family needs to be fired and prosecuted. Clearly nothing is out of bounds to these people, and clearly there’s no such thing as privacy. Perhaps depriving them of their livelihoods and freedom will get their attention.